The Report

The Report

A Novel

Book - 2010
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"London, 1943 : Tube stations across London have been converted into bomb shelters. Night after night, while sirens wail in Bethnal Green, immigrants and East Enders alike sleep on the tracks and wait. But on March 3, as the crowd hurries down the staircase, something goes wrong, and 173 adults and children lose their lives in a deadly crush. When the devastated neighborhood demands an inquiry, the job falls to the young magistrate Laurence Dunne..."--Front flap.
Publisher: Minneapolis, Minn. : Graywolf Press, c2010
Description: 240 p. ; 21 cm
ISBN: 9781555975654
Branch Call Number: Kane


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Nov 27, 2011

Documentary filmmaker Paul Barber looks up Sir Laurence Dunne, the magistrate who wrote the report of a tube-station shelter disaster in Bethnal Green, London, one night in 1943. Secrets and lies, blame and forgiveness, memory and remembering. You'll see how deceptive these qualities can be, even with the best of intentions. A very good book.

Infolass Jun 21, 2011

Based on actual events surrounding a crush at an air raid shelter during WW2. A fictionalised account. Alittle stiff but not too bad.

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